Blood Balance Formula

by Reta retamasten Masten (29.10.2020)

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But diabetes is a fat person's disease!" you gasp. Blood Balance Formula "How can a successful, professional woman like myself possibly develop diabetes? I'm not overweight at all!" Well, we have news for you, sister. Woman to woman: it's time to start re-thinking what we know about type 2 diabetes and how it can affect women just like you (and me!).The fact is that more and more women are becoming diabetic and lifestyle still has a lot to do with it, but not in the way you think. Here's how it may play out. You're a successful 30, 40, or 50-something professional, but you have a lot of stress in your work and home life, so you can't find the time to exercise like you used to when you were in your 20s. You've manage to keep your weight down because there isn't a diet that you haven't tried over the years. You are the yo-yo queen but that's okay, because it helps to keep you slim even when you overindulge in sweets or wine. And yes, you might still smoke (you've been meaning to quit) but you need some kind of stress relief in your crazy day and it's a way to get away from being chained to your desk. And those cocktails after work are just another way to unwind (although sometimes the nights out with the girls do get out of hand).

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